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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ient elevation, will supply the south- -ern -part of the metropolis, witbout any pumping, except for some houses on Brixton Hill. The expence of this part of the undertaking is esti- .mated at 391,8751., making a totaleof 1,177,8401. Mr Telford: Subscribers-only content

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    of 14 nonagenarians were recorded, and the widow of a carman died on 28th January, at 6 Calder Row, Brixton Hill, at the age (as stated) of 104 years. THE IRISH BISHOPS. The following memorial has been presented by the Subscribers-only content

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    Isles, which raised :£89. h One of the Birmingham circuits (Newtown Row) raised a £'10 176., one in Southport-£07,503., Brixton Hill ;66,861., and over twenty other circuits inore than £02,000, each. In S allotting grants, the largest amount (£63,869.) has Subscribers-only content

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    to Brixton Hill, and the Brixton Hill Circuit insisted upon its right to have the Rev. T. Sanderson appointed. Mr. Sanderson had been invited to Headingley. Ultimately it was decided that Mr. Sanderson should go to Brixton Hill, and Mr. Subscribers-only content

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    Chapel, Steelhouso Lane. The chair was occupied by tls Rev. RH D. Wilson; and the Rev. Mr. Gill, of Brixton Hill, London. attended as a deputation from the parent society. The attendance was numerous, the majority of those present being Subscribers-only content

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    08, giving the high; average of 781 years to each person. Guernsey, Chepstow, Ham in Surrey, Stoke Newington (Middlesex), Brixton Hill, Brecon, and St. John's Wood were the residences of some of these elderly people. The old gentlemen have a Subscribers-only content

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    to the approval of the lord lieutenant of the county. LONDON GAZETTE. B3ANKRUPTS. fFrmin Last Night's Gazelte.) GEORGE CLARKE, Brixton Hill, Surrey, builder. WILLIAM RUSSELL GROVER, High Hosiborn, Middlesex, Ii- cersed victualler. CRARLES PA VIA, Lime Street, London, merchant. GEORGE Subscribers-only content

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    Joseph Payne, Esq., F.C.P., of Leatberhead, were elected Vice-presidents of the Council; Dr. E. T. Wilson, of the College, Brixton Hill, was re' elected treasurer. The diploma of associate was conferred. upon Mr. G. Welch, of Biimingham. TnE NEW BANKIRUPTCY Subscribers-only content

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    Lambeth Police Court, on Friday, a very dashingly-dressed lady, named Mrs. Elizabeth Wilton, alias Hyde, residing at Raglan House, Brixton Hill, and Joseph Newlett, her servant, weic charged with "unlawfully and maliciously causing Edward Gardiner to take a cortain noxious Subscribers-only content

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    an FBI1.OITFUJ. ACCIDENT.-A large Dissenting ohapel ha, for some time been in couarse of construction at the foot of Brixton Hill, near the parish church. The exterior waull having been finished, a number of men in thle eMPleYmamst of Messrs. Subscribers-only content

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    Lloyd, Euq, Walsall (Director of the qiriniogham Banking Company), Dlisks, John, EEoI., Birming~ham, ManufactUrer. Tredvreli, John, beq. Leigham Court, Brixton Hill, London. Trediecil, Wlirnam. Eat,, TIhe Oskiand. Htandeworth. (With poweor to add ta their number,) MANAGINGO DlRZXVOR Frano c Piggott, Subscribers-only content

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    - .eNGHA CTRIENNIAL MUSICAI SIn OF THE YVlfD OF THU 6ENEZRAL HOSPITAL. TWENTY-BRGaTH CELEBRATION. , fTe eh, 71h, 8Wh, ansi 9th Seplember nzext, -under the Special Patronage of C in AJE;7Y the QUEEN. I0 N II ijghness the PEC Subscribers-only content

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    Edwards, C. l., Esq. Hlandsworth, near Birmingham. Mauic, George, Eeq. (Simpson, Maule, and Nicholsonl, 9, Fonohurch Morri,, Thomas, Eeq., Brixton Hill. S. Xevll, H. W., Esq., 37, Bingfield Street, N. Potter, Stephen. Esq., Birmingham. Parkes, Alexander, laq., Birmingham. With power Subscribers-only content

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    Handswortb, near Birmingham. i Mdasile, George, Esq, (Shtpson, Meaulo, and Nlcholeon), 9. lenchurch F. Stieet C Morris, Thomas. Esq., Brixton Hill, 1. 11 levlll, H. W., Esq., 37, BIingield Streot, N. Potter, Stephen. Keui,, Birmiingham. . rarhes, Alexauder, Iesq., Birmingham. Subscribers-only content

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    OXFORD LOCAL EXAMINATIONS. LISTS OF THE' SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES. The lists of the candidates who psasseod at the Oxford Local Examination;, which commenced at the various centres on the 29th of May, were issued yesterday, The total number of candidates Subscribers-only content

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    C. H., Esqi. Handoworth, near Birmingham. Mao1e, George, Esq. (Simpson, Mauls. and Nicholson), 9, Penchureh Street. Morris, Thomas. ERq.. Brixton Hill, 8; Nevall, H. NV., Esq., 37, Bingileld Street, N. Potter, Stephen. Usq., Birmingham. Pkrmoe, Alexander, Esq., 1cirminghami. With power Subscribers-only content

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    Chas. Henry Duival), Blackburn, Lancashire, WILLLIAM TARLETON JACKSON, Union Street, South- wark, Surrey. druggist. THOMlAS E1TT BALLS, Calder House, Brixton Hill, Surrcy. BANKRUPTS. ALBERT PEARSE, 15, Holborn, London, hoeler. EIM AN U EL GROUSE, 3, SouthRow, Belton Square, Middlesex, woollen Subscribers-only content

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    the changes sanctioned by the Conference. and the places to which additional ministem are to bo appointed *- London: Brixton Hill Circult to be divided, and Mostyn Road Chapel to he the bead of the now crcuit. Lawes and Eastbourne Subscribers-only content

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    and Co., of Sob Fonsdry, improvements la the conssuctico of stee= bollez Bated December 81, ISO. :Wdllliam IL Exter, Brixton Hill, Surrey, Improvements Ia :machilnery or apparatus for weeighing or measuring corn and etizec substaubeR L Petted December 24, lcf Subscribers-only content

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    ATR Wa131 tPol Rqth in.; in actor. A \7E eompetiltevr.Xu-,-eAired.CaforOfolAn-nS~ f~rr~i comfortabvle home maybe roidnolleupc. Premuo~itics '- r3il5 DorningtonH~ouse, Brixton Hill, Eonondn T'SERAN Institution at Dic narine Ems aineiC.b CThooughlInstructioninFrench Gerans , 50V dionls ireinises, in a beautiful and bee Subscribers-only content

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